[Twisted-Python] coding standard: plurals for database table names
glyph at twistedmatrix.com
Mon Apr 7 16:15:51 EDT 2003
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On Monday, April 7, 2003, at 03:37 PM, Clark C. Evans wrote:
> | One could reasonably argue that it is not important to have
> | a table-naming rule in the coding standard.
> That makes sense. I'd rather no standard is better than
> a bad one. ;) Clark
While I don't feel particularly strongly about it one way or another,
pretty much anything that isn't language-mandated ought to be
standardized so that newcomers to the codebase at least get a common
feel for certain kinds of naming.
Keep in mind that your personal coding standards need not adhere to the
Twisted one - that standard is only for code actually checked in to the
Twisted tree. It may even be useful for products to diverge, so that
someone reading code, schemas, or whatever can easily guess which
components are from which codebase.
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